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Intriguing Women's Amateur Bout Headlines Friday's
St. Patricks' Day Smoker in Heppner, Oregon
By Ricardo Ibarra
March 11, 2015
     
   
   
(MAR 11)  This Friday night the Heppner Chamber of Commerce will host it's eighth annual St. Patty's Day Irish Smoker at the Heppner High School Gym in Heppner, Oregon. The fundraising event, which takes place as part of the City's 33rd annual weekend long celebration, will feature a total of fifteen amateur bouts with young fighters from all over the state. The main event will feature an intriguing women's bout pitting amateur stand-out Siagigi Hintsatake of Warm Springs, Oregon against Pendleton, Oregon's Kola Willingham in a well-matched three round bout that promises to deliver fireworks.

Hintsatake is an up and coming amateur with a good amount of ring experience, having fought in competitions all over the Pacific Northwest and California. Her aggressive, crowd pleasing fighting style has made her a popular fighter among those that have seen her in action. She's a fighter known for her tenacity and willingness to engage, even at the cost of taking punches in return. This trait has made her a fan-favorite and placed her in some very exciting fights.
 
While this bout will mark Willingham's first foray into the amateur boxing ranks, this will by no means be her first fight. She is currently 2-1 in MMA bouts and has claimed a number of medals in Jiu Jitsu competitions. She originally found combat sports as a means of self defense, but that quickly turned to a passion for competition. Like her opponent, Willingham has won over crowds when she fights with her propensity to engage. When these two fighters meet, the crowd is certainly in for a fun night.
 
Fourteen other amateur bouts will round out the card. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Heppner Chamber of Commerce. Ticket prices are $10 for Adults and $8 for kids 8 through 11 years old. Children under seven enter free of charge. The doors will open at 6:30 pm with the first bout set to start at 8pm. Come out and support a good cause and enjoy an exciting night at fights.


 

 
     
     
   
 
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